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Lizzie Cornish 1 BS: Social Networks - Responsibility/Bullies (106* d) RE: BS: Social Networks - Responsibility/Bullies 13 Nov 13


No, Greg...I sat next to some of Izzy's Mum's friends the other day, whilst talking to our local MP, about how to get the brothers who own this site to take notice of the many parents who now have NO children...

Izzy's Mum has moved up country now, fled the house the night she found her beloved daughter hanging, now lives with her own mother, sleeps in her bed too, wakes up screaming for all the bullies to leave her precious daughter alone...

She's in a very bad way.

She started the page in memory of her child, to try and change the WORLD, not just the UK....

Adrian, our MP, is going to ask the Education Minister and Nick Clegg, the Deputy PM if they'll meet with us to stop the bullying exam system which is putting such grave pressure on our youngsters...to get Kindness, Compassion, Empathy and Sympathy being taught in schools...and to try to get ASK.fm either blocked from the UK, or taken down entirely..

The brothers who own it are Russian, I believe...and don't give a damn it would seem, boasting of their membership numbers going up with each suicide....

Nice guys, huh?

Hope that satisfies you....and thank you for demonstrating the bullying tactics I am talking about it.

Lizzie, not an 'it', but a deeply concerned and passionate mother, woman and member of the species called Humans, who are, so sadly, rapidly losing their Humanity.


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